Tuesday, March 13, 2018

TIME TO REMOVE QUEBEC FROM "HAVE NOT" PROVINCES LIST

    It will be at least a few more weeks before a New Hampshire state committee decides whether it will reconsider its decision to block a transmission line that would carry billions of dollars worth of Quebec electricity through the state.
    On Feb. 1, the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee voted unanimously to deny approval of the Northern Pass, a 309-kilometre transmission line that would have connected electricity grids in Quebec and Massachusetts.
    Eversource, which would have built and operated the transmission line, appealed that decision.
In January, Massachusetts selected Northern Pass for a 20-year contract to supply energy to the state, a deal that could be worth up to $10 billion for Hydro-Qu├ębec.

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